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P90X Chest and Back – What to Expect

Category : P90X, P90X FAQ's · by May 23rd, 2012

Even if your in really good shape, P90X Chest and Back will probably be tough for you. But remember with consistency it will get better. Your results depends on how hard you push every single day!

This is what you’ll do on P90X Chest and Back day:

Warm up and stretch.

Standard pus ups- Max reps

Wide front pull ups- Max reps

Military push ups- Max reps

Reverse grip chin ups- Max reps

—-mini stretch

Wide fly push ups- Max reps

Closed grip overhand pull ups- Max reps

Decline push ups- Max reps

Heavy Pants

—-mini stretch——–phewwww.I need it.

Diamond push ups- Max reps

Lawnmower’s 8-10 reps or 12-15 depending on goals

Dive bomber push ups- Max reps

Back Fly’s 8-10 reps or 12-15 depending on your goals.

After doing all of this be sure to save some energy to do P90X Ab Ripper X. You will need an additional 15 minutes 3 times a week for this ab work out.

Ready to commit to P90X?

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